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Gallery Talk: Power and Place in Native American Art

August 2, 2016
Meet in Gallery 100
Free with museum admission

The natural world endows indigenous North American art with tremendous power—from the feather-covered baskets woven by California women to clay pipestems made by ancient Midwesterners. In this gallery talk, museum educator Nenette Luarca-Shoaf highlights the museum’s collection of American Indian art, emphasizing the expressive power of place.

Pomo wedding basket, Wedding Basket, c. 1895.